Inaros Prime Access Now Available In Warframe
Just in case you forgot it was coming after last week's announcement, here's a small reminder. Inaros Prime is now available in Warframe -- on all platforms. This means PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch players can all check out the new Warframe, gaining command of the elements of the desert. Attack enemies with cursed sand, pummel them with a sandstorm, or reenact what happened to Atreyu's horse in The Neverending Story -- only with your enemies in the role of Artax.
Inaros Prime comes with two weapons, Panthera Prime and Karyst Prime, as well as Prime Glyphs, Armor, and more. To obtain the new Warframe, you'll need to throw down $50 to $140, depending on the pack you choose. Details on the packs are available on the Warframe site.
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